Monday, May 22, 2017

Mystery Donor Saves Shag Harbour UFO Festival

Mystery Donor Saves Shag Harbour UFO Festival

     An Unnamed Financial Operator has swooped in to help save the Shag Harbour UFO Festival.

Thanks to a nameless donor, the festival marking the 50th anniversary of Canada’s most famous UFO mystery will go on.
By THE CHRONICLE HERALD
5-21-17

On Oct. 4, 1967, Shag Harbour locals reported seeing four orange lights in the sky. The lights dove to the water level, floated and then sank, residents said.

The event became known as Canada’s Roswell ...



1 comment :

  1. When government grants are denied for something that commemorates an incident that has national security connotations, you have to wonder if the authorities are just hoping the incident will fade into oblivion.

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